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Our medium and larger incinerators can be fitted with heat exchangers (for hot water, hot air) or waste to energy modules to generate electricity - this offsets some of the energy required for combustion into new energy streams.
Typical waste generated from refugee and temporary disaster sites is usually considered as MSW (Municipal Solid Waste) - which comprises typically of food waste, wood, platics, cardboard and paper. All of which are safe to incinerate (see "What you can/cannot incinerate?").
We are experienced in dealing with most of the major NGOs and charitable organisations and their waste challenges and have sold and commisioned 1000's of machines since we started back in 2004. Our commitment to providing quality products that are affordable, easy to setup and reliable is one of the main reasons these global organisations come back to us year after year.
If you are new to the process of procuring an incinerator for use by a charity or NGO then please read our incinerators for charities & NGO's page.
"If solid waste is not dealt with quickly, serious health risks will develop which will further demoralize the community already traumatized by the emergency."
World Health Organisation